The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is to host a major exhibition of work by Henry Moore. More than 120 works will be on display exploring the artist's relationship with the land.
Henry Moore was born into a mining family in Castleford and was a founding patron of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. He was committed to showing his work in the open air, in particular at among the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park's former Deer Park.
Wakefield Council is to commemorate the birthplace of Henry Moore with the unveiling of a blue plaque.
It will be attached to the existing stone feature that stands on the Henry Moore Square site located off Roundhill Road in Castleford.
The world famous artist and sculptor was born in the town in 1898.
The future of a Henry Moore statue based in Yorkshire has been discussed in Westminster. "Old Flo" is currently at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, but there's some confusion about who actually owns it.
Tower Hamlets council in London say they **do and want to sell it to pay off some of their debts. MPs in Wakefield and London are campaigning to keep the work of art in public hands.
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A London council has decided to sell a Henry Moore sculpture worth up to twenty million pounds to help balance its books. It's currently on loan to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield.
But the proposed sale of "Old Flo" as she's known has caused uproar in Yorkshire, the home of Henry Moore who was born and raised in Castleford.
A fellow Yorkshire artist tonight called for a public appeal to keep the work in the county. Chris Kiddey reports.
A Council in London has voted to sell off a twenty million pound Henry Moore sculpture - prompting fierce opposition from artists in Yorkshire - seen as Old Flo's spiritual home. Castleford-born Henry Moore sold the work to the old London County Council in the Sixties for £6,000.
But now Tower Hamlets Council want to cash in on the Drape Seated Woman. Chris Kiddey reports.
A Council in London has voted to sell off a twenty million pound Henry Moore sculpture. Castleford-born Henry Moore sold the work to the old London County Council in the Sixties for £6,000. But now Tower Hamlets Council want to cash in on the Draped Seated Woman, which is nicknamed " Old Flo".
Calendar spoke to Tower Hamlets' Cabinet member for environment , Councillor Shahed Ali and Sharon Ament , Director of the Museum of London after last night's controversial decision
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The fate of a Henry Moore Sculpture at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park will be decided tonight.
The mayor of Tower Hamlets Council, announced the sale last month to cope with budget cuts.
Film director Danny Boyle joined the artist's daughter, Mary Moore earlier this year to campaign against its sale.
If it is sold, it could leave the Yorkshire Sculpture Park altogether.